Luciannes godmother arranges for her to be the Lady of the Masquerade at the Royal Masquerade, but Lucianne is dismayed to find that the Lord chosen is none other than Lord Victor Oxenby, a man who seems to despise her.

When scandal threatens, Lucianne and Lord Oxenby are persuaded to wed despite their apprehensions. Will his disfigurement and odd fears repel his new bride forever, or is there hope that affection and love might grow between them?

From its unique beginning to its sweet and satisfying ending, THE MARRIAGE MASQUERADE by Teresa DesJardien is a tale sure to delight Regency fans. (Dec., 214 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck